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  1. Video for Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?
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    Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?

    The statue of British explorer James Cook in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa has become a catalyst for social commentary after being vandalised with the words "Thief Pakeha" and "This is our land" causing heated discussion, both locally and online.

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    Tūwharetoa dispute 'whakapapa' albums' TradeMe sale

    Whakapapa albums which are believed to belong to Ngāti Tūwharetoa have now been taken down from a TradeMe account.  The collection's cultural significance is being disputed.

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    Māori and First Nations students strengthen indigenous bonds

    A group of indigenous students from the University of Victoria in Canada have set foot on New Zealand soil with this week.  They spent three nights with Māori students to exchange knowledge and wisdom about real-world issues.  

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    Indigenous conference brings the world to Waikato

    The Native American and Indigenous Studies Associations conference regulars are in Aotearoa for the first time.  Welcomed by King Tuheitia and Waikato University, the visiting 2000 scholars, researchers and students are keen to learn from Māori and exchange ideas. 

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    Recognising original Māori place names

    Two iconic East Coast place names of Ngāti Porou, Whangaokeno and Wharekahika, are now legally recognised alongside the colonial names of East Island and Hicks Bay given by Captain Cook and the crew of the Endeavour.

  6. Video for Mayan academics share their indigenous struggle
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    Mayan academics share their indigenous struggle

    Thousands of indigenous people from Guatemala have been forced to flee their country because of poverty, violence and instability.  Many have found themselves in detention centres on the U.S border.

  7. Video for Climate change threatens traditional Sami lifestyle
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    Climate change threatens traditional Sami lifestyle

    Indigenous people around the world are facing the onslaught of the climate crisis, and the challenges to a number of smaller pacific nations are well documented.

  8. Video for Sharing indigenous stories through film
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    Sharing indigenous stories through film

    Wairoa Film Festival celebrates its 14th year running and despite dramatic changes in the media landscape and demand for content, the festival's supreme "Mana Wahine" award winner Whetu Fala says now is as good a time as ever for indigenous filmmakers to tell their stories.

  9. Video for Indigenous voice at Girls20 table in Japan
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    Indigenous voice at Girls20 table in Japan

    Arizona Leger has just returned from the annual Girls20 Global Summit in Japan, where she was chosen from thousands of applicants to represent an indigenous voice. The summit discussed a range of global issues and Leger has her eyes on addressing many of those issues here in New Zealand.

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    Govt spends $98m on kaupapa Māori approach to tackle reoffending

    The $98 million investment into kaupapa Māori and whānau-centered initiatives are expected to help break the cycle of Māori reoffending and imprisonment.  

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